Friday, December 18, 2015

Fabulous Friday

I now decree a new law- ALL GIFTS MUST BE WRAPPED LIKE THIS!!!!
There was no link but I'm pretty sure that eyeball is a drink lid. Please someone buy me gifts and wrap them all like this. Yes, every last gift for the rest of my life.
Ok, you can go about your business now!
So what is the most creative gift wrapping you have ever done? And don't say dollar store gift bag, its not allowed. I mean I make laws and gift bags are against the law in Sonyaland.
King shit,
Sonya Ann

9 comments:

slugmama said...

I like to disguises my gifts in FEDEX boxes.....lol

Janie Junebug said...

I don't wrap gifts anymore. Don't shout, Off with her head!

Love,
Janie

Cheapchick said...

That is cool wrapping. If you want really cool cheap wrapping checkout one of my favorite creative bloggers http://www.olderandwisor.com/ . She also does a theme tree every year (her hubby is not on board). She is regularly featured on TV for wrapping stuff - super super creative woman.

SAM said...

I like using old popcorn and cookie tins. Not as cool as this but good disguises.

Elephant's Child said...

Sigh. My wrapping skills are woeful. Neither you nor anyone else will be getting a gift which looks that pretty from me. Ever.

ND Chic said...

I'm all for the Walmart plastic bag. It's worked a few times at our house.

Rachel said...

That is awesome. I am so not talented when it comes to creative wrapping. And I will have to admit that for everything but Christmas, I usually resort to gift bags. However, for Christmas no gift bags are allowed.

Practical Parsimony said...

Once, I put a -piece of luggage in a vacuum cleaner box for a friend's daughter. She wanted the luggage , but when she saw the vac box, she quit ripping paper and pouted 15 min until we discovered her actions. She vehemently shouted she did not want a vacuum cleaner. BRAT I used tp rolls and toothpaste boxes for small gifts. My g-daughter just asked my daughter why I did things like that. Yes, this is not creative gift wrapping which I do quite well. I also do creative boxing.

We are: Clamco said...

One year, during the 80's country decor phase, I actually bought brown Kraft paper and sponge painted my own wrapping paper. Chya. Like I have that kind of time anymore.